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How to view the triple combination between Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury.

Recently, Jupiter and Saturn are like Tom Hanks in the mid-90s, they’re really gaining attention. (Though they can’t claim to be America’s father), which will still be the night of January 10. After sunset on sunday Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury There will be three rare combinations that are close from our point of view. The trio will form a small, …

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SpaceX Launch: Starship SN9 Test Flight Could Launch Tuesday | Science | News

SpaceX has a reputation for keeping the Starship launch schedule tight, with most of the information gathered from Elon Musk’s personal Twitter page. But the California-based company is slowly ramping up its portfolio on Starship by repeating the past with only low-altitude jumps. The December 9 launch of SN8 marks the first time a Starship prototype equipped with a nosecone …

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The Juno spacecraft discovered an FM radio signal coming from Jupiter’s moon.

The Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter has discovered an FM radio signal coming from the moon Ganymede, the first discovery from the moon at KTLA KTVX station in Salt Lake City, Utah. “It’s not an ET,” said Patrick Wiggins, one of NASA’s ambassadors in Utah. “It’s a more natural job.” Juno is traveling across Jupiter’s polar region, where magnetic field lines …

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A 1-minute example of an effortless Mars landing, a remarkable experience.

Soon, the most ambitious mission humans have sent to other planets will reach their destination on February 18.The world will be witnessed in surprise as the Perseverance probe descends on the Jezero crater, hoping to open the chapter. New in space exploration And since there are so many cameras on board (23 of which are the most interplanetary missions ever), …

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Early human culture lasted 20,000 years longer than expected.

Fresh artifacts found from Laminia Senegal.Credits: Eleanor Scerri. The fieldwork was led by Dr.Eleanor Scerri, head of the Pan African Evolutionary Research Group at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Germany, and Dr. Khady Niang of the University of Cheikh Anta Diop in Senegal. The pattern of the stone cracking method and the resulting tools …

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Astronomers see the galaxy begin to die

Astronomers have seen distant galaxies begin to die of what could be a major advance in our understanding of the universe. Galaxies begin to “die” when they stop forming stars. Astronomers have observed large numbers of dead galaxies scattered throughout the universe – but were unable to tell for sure why this happened. Astronomers now have a clearer view of …

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Astronomers look at 9 billion years of the past and take pictures of dying galaxies.

The stunning images show a dying galaxy emitting 10,000 sun’s worth of gas every year after a massive collision, diminishing its star-forming ability. Researchers observe galaxies when the universe is 4.5 billion years old. The expelled gas was likely the result of a previous union with other galaxies. The leak of this gas effectively stops the galaxy from producing new …

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The baby shark Megalodon is a cannibalist in the womb.

At birth, the megalodons were approximately 6.6 feet or 2 meters long, according to a study published Sunday in the journal Historical Biology. Ken Shimada, professor of paleontology at DePaul University in Chicago. The 6.6-foot measurement was fairly accurate and consistent with other findings at megalodon nurseries in Panama and Spain, said Jack Cooper, a fossil shark researcher and doctoral …

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